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“It was something out of a fairy tale, being saved by a mermaid,” said scuba diver Javier Claramunt. He was diving off Catalina Island with his father and friend Pablo Avila last weekend, when Pablo lost consciousness near the end of the dive.  Read More Here:

Nine-year-old Blake Mompher, who went viral for his custom french fries costume that fits over his wheelchair, has a big smile on his face after receiving a certificate for free fries for a year from McDonald’s. Read More Here:

There was no way Micheal McGuire was going to miss his 3-year-old son’s first trip to see the University of Kentucky men’s basketball team in person, even if it meant showing up to the arena covered in soot from his job in a coal mine. A photo from the game shows McGuire with his face […]

Senior kicker and soccer star Abi Temple knocked in the extra after a Wildcats touchdown last Friday night, to become the first female to score a point in Wildcat football history. Temple added another PAT later on in the game.

On Saturday, August 20th the Kenton Boys Soccer team picked up their first win of the season by defeating Bellefontaine 4-1 in Varsity action. With Saturday’s win Coach Jamie Bartlett picked up his 150th win as a coach. Coach Bartlett served 2 years as JV coach and has been the Varsity coach for 23 years. […]

igh school students in Chicago are attempting to break two Guinness World Records by creating a mosaic of the Ukrainian flag from nearly 5,000 cereal boxes. Read More Here:–%20High%20school%20students%20in,the%20Wintrust%20Grand%20Banking%20Hall%20in%20Chicago.%20Advertisement

Peter Pan Junior will be performed this weekend at the Kenton Middle School Auditorium. Listen to the podcast from this morning. Details:June 24th at 7pmJune 25th at 5pm Tickets available at the door Adults – $10Students – Free. Kenton Middle School

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson just gave a group of Ohio students the thrill of a lifetime. PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the 50-year-old actor’s video message to a group of over 400 students who are part of the state’s Parma City School District P.A.C.T.S. program. Read More Here:

We have a couple former preschool students that made us very proud and would like to share this with everyone. Kate and Raelynn Gullifer had a lemonade stand during the Forest garage sales, they decided they wanted to donate some of their earnings. Yesterday, these two very sweet and caring girls presented $40 to the […]

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